This cottage has been completely rebuilt but retains the nostaglia of a bygone era. Originally a shearer's cottage this home offers all the modern day comforts and conveniences to make your stay a truly memorable one.
The beautiful sandstone fireplace ducts heat to the bedrooms to make your stay comfortable in the colder weather. Fan forced gas heating is also available. In summer the stone home and the wide wrap around verandahs provide a very cool home and air-conditioning is not required. All 3 bedrooms have queen-sized beds and there is a double sofa bed for extra guests.
Covered BBQ area and outdoor setting is located off the kitchen for you to sit back and enjoy the sunset or sunrise. Enjoy breakfast on the veranda whilst taking in the breathtaking views over the property.
There is plenty of parking on the property and all roads to the property are sealed. The property is an easy commute to Wakefield Racetrack and is very popular with car racing enthusiasts and participants at the local Wakefield Racetrack.
Coffee, Tea, Milk and all basic condiments are supplied.
The house has 3 Queen Size Bedrooms plus a Sofa Bed which sleeps two. Extra Beds are available for children. A portable cot is also available if required.
All bed linen and towels are supplied.
There are two bathrooms and one has a claw foot bath. Ideal for families with children.
"Kiama" is primarily a horse property and guests will enjoy the rural setting with the horses grazing in the nearby paddocks. Most of the horses are rescue horses who now enjoy a good life with an abundance of good feed and plenty of love and attention. By staying in the beautiful homestead you are making a valuable contribution to their ongoing care.
There is a gaggle of friendly geese to feed and a small mob of friendly Dorper sheep. There is a Poddy Lamb as well as newborn lambs for the children to enjoy also.
Guests may collect the eggs daily and enjoy these very fresh eggs for their breakfast.
You can try your luck at fishing in the very large dam and maybe catch some trout. Fishing rods can be supplied.
Goulburn is a comfortable 20 minute drive and all major Supermarkets are on hand. If you prefer to dine out there a a number of restaurants and cafes in addition to all the major takeaway food outlets.
There are many places to visit and see in the town including the Train Museum, The Waterworks and the Big Merino.
There is a street market monthly and the Old Brewery has markets each Sunday.
Lilac City Goulburn has 4 theatres and is very reasonably priced.
Regular events and festivals are held in Goulburn and details can be obtained from the local Information Centre.